Designer Profiles
William Hamilton Page

William Hamilton Page was a pioneer in the design and manufacture of wood type. He founded the William H. Page Wood Type Company of Norwich, Connecticut, which was, for a time, the leading maker of wood type in the country.

Among his accomplishment was the refinement of machinery for die-cutting type from rock maple instead of using a time-consuming pantograph machine.

In 1891, Page’s firm was absorbed by the Hamilton Manufacturing Company of Two Rivers, Wisconsin.

Fonts by William Hamilton Page:

48 Font - Hamilton Collection
Family of 48 fonts from HWT

American Chromatic
Family of 8 fonts from HWT

Antique Tuscan 9
Family of 1 font from HWT

Family of 1 font from HWT

Family of 1 font from HWT

Roman Extended Lightface
Family of 1 font from HWT

Family of 2 fonts from HWT

Tuscan Expanded
Family of 1 font from IHOF

Tuscan Extended
Family of 1 font from HWT

Wood Type
Family of 4 fonts from P22
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